Sing Bhujia

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Spicy Masala Peanut
Sing Bhujia
Place of originIndia
Region or stateGujarat (India)
Main ingredientsBesan Chickpea flour, spices, peanuts[1]

Sing Bhujia (English: Spicy Peanuts) is a popular Gujarati snack. It can be served during tea time. It is crunchy and made with roasted peanuts. Serves as a snack during parties with alcohol.


Mix the fried peanuts with the batter of chickpea flour and blend of spices and then it is to be fried in the cooking oil.

See also[edit]

  • Gujarati cuisine


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